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You're Not Alone

Are you feeling overwhelmed, like your mind is betraying you? Like you’re having trouble focusing on the simplest things and are barely holding it together? Does it feel a little bit like you’ve lost yourself & can’t figure out how to get back to who you were? Are your loved ones treating you differently or telling you to go talk to someone? Does it feel really scary to consider getting a therapist? You’re not alone. I have worked with people from all walks of life who find themselves having difficulty getting up in the morning or leaving the house. I know how hard it can be to consider asking for help.

I strive to make each client feel as though they are in a safe place throughout the course of our conversation. Seeking help takes courage; asking for help is not an easy thing for everyone. I am here to provide support, insight, and to empower you meet your goals and achieve your greatest potential. There is no challenge too small and no goal too big!

I am currently able to accept telehealth only clients in the states of Massachusetts, Florida, Pennsylvania, and Oregon. I accept Aetna, Cigna (including Baycare), Harvard Pilgrim/Point32, BCBS of MA, and Optum, as well as self pay.

“I have been so blessed to work with Kathi for many years and learn from her when I was starting out as a new therapist. I couldn't imagine where I would be without her guidance. Kathi's clients are incredibly lucky to experience the care she provides, and there is no one else I trust more to refer clients to. She is exceptionally well-informed and educated, and more importantly, she portrays the kind of warmth and compassion that anyone would hope to have in a therapist. For anyone interested in trying therapy out for the first time, or for anyone who is searching for the right therapist for themselves, I sincerely recommend Kathi Hannon."

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I'll reach out to you on the next business day. Please note that this is not a crisis line, so if this is a psychological emergency, please call 911 or go to your local emergency room.

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